Students examine a multi-frame approach to leadership and organizational change that promotes a collaborative and professional culture focused on continuous improvement. The multi-frame approach (i.e., reframing) helps students use different mental models or frames to analyze complex situations encountered in school leadership. Further, reframing advances the generation of viable alternatives when dealing with difficult circumstances, accelerating cultural shifts that enable stakeholders to interact productively in educational settings. Students demonstrate proficiency through performance-based tasks that require merging theory, research, and practice to address complex matters of leadership and change to improve academic success.

Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00